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In Senegal, family planning use is among the lowest in the world. Shortages and stock-outs have made it difficult for women to rely on modern contraceptives as a reproductive health tool.
Post- Event IFC Resources on Gender
Five entrepreneurs offer their thoughts on building business, during a panel at America's Small Business Summit.
Kayla Abramowitz was named the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) Saunders Scholarship winner, after pitching her non-profit Kayla Cares 4 Kids.
Being a woman executive takes strength, flexibility, and a competitive spirit. While an executive job may not literally require you to run marathons, sometimes the demands of the position can seem just as challenging.